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  • Move Over, Bacon

    Surry Farms’ Jowciale is buttery rich and deliciously porky.

  • The Recipe Rock Makes for Clutter-Free Cooking

    The Recipe Rock holds recipe cards and 8x11-inch printouts upright and perfectly angled.

  • Le Creuset: Half-Pint Pottery

    Festive and elegant, these snowflake-embossed 8-oz. cocottes from are perfect for holiday hosting.

  • A Petite Pan

    This nonstick pie pan is great for mini fruit pies, pot pies, quiches, or tarts.

  • Not So Simple Syrups

    These small-batch, all-natural syrups from Brooklyn-based Royal Rose Syrups aren’t just for cocktails.

  • Mixing Bowls, Redesigned

    All-Clad’s new stainless-steel Spherical bowls make for easy mixing.

  • Easy-Read Timers

    These 60-minute kitchen timers let you monitor cooking time at a glance.

  • Chalkboard Canisters

    These playful, understated ceramic canisters are perfect for storing kitchen goods.

  • Handcrafted Rolling Pins

    Each of these hand-turned beauties from Vermont Rolling Pins is fashioned from a single piece of wood.

  • Clever Corn Holders

    You love steaming hot corn on the cob—just not when it falls off the corn holders and into your lap.

  • Remote Grilling

    Forget hovering over the grill—the new iGrill probe thermometer will keep an eye on those steaks for you.

  • New World Olive Oil

    This single-varietal Arbequina extra-virgin olive oil from Las Doscientas is made from hand-picked olives.

  • Just Nuts

    This chunky Marcona almond butter will make you rethink PB&J.

  • Lightning-Fast Grill Lighter

    This plug-in fire starter will blow superheated air that’s hot enough to light briquettes in seconds, no lighter fluid required.

  • BBQ Tools That Last

    These handsome grill tools by Zwilling J.A. Henckels (the knife pros) are for the serious griller.

  • Clearly Indispensable

    Use this gorgeous glass drink dispenser from Roost to show off your summer drinks.

  • Cold as Stone Shot Glasses

    These modernist Ekke shot glasses are made of soapstone, not glass.

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